The Gamut

All of the ACLU blogs in one place

The Guantánamo Military Commissions Continue to Undermine Basic Principles of American Justice

The violations prominently on display at the Guantánamo military court would never be tolerated in federal criminal trials.

By Olivia Ensign
March 28, 2017

Local Leaders Should Know the Constitutional and Public Safety Risks of Joining Trump’s Deportation Force

We’re reaching out to communities across the country to make sure police say no to Trump's harsh anti-immigrant policies.

By Domenic Powell
March 27, 2017

President Trump’s Campaign Promises Stick With Us — They Should Stick With Him, Too

If candidates know that courts will ignore campaign rhetoric, they will be freer to ride to office on a wave of hatred.

By Matthew Segal
March 27, 2017

The Senate Just Sold Out Your Privacy Online to Corporations Like Comcast

Three reasons why overturning broadband privacy rules is bad news for everyone online.

By Neema Singh Guliani, Nathaniel Turner
March 24, 2017

The Government Is 'Incidentally' Sucking Up Tens of Millions of Americans’ Communications a Year, And It’s a Privacy Nightmare

Here’s how the NSA and FBI surveil Americans.

By Neema Singh Guliani
March 23, 2017

Congress: Medicaid Allows Me to Have a Job and Live Independently

As an American living with a disability, I need Medicaid to live an independent life.

By Andraéa LaVant
March 22, 2017

Un Oficial de Inmigración Nos Metió a Mi Hermana y a Mí en Un Armario y Nos Agredió Sexualmente

Nos fuimos de Guatemala buscando una vida pacífica. Lo que paso después que cruzamos la frontera nos cambió la vida.

By Clarita *
March 22, 2017

A Border Agent Took My Sister and Me Into a Closet and Sexually Assaulted Us

We fled Guatemala looking for a safer and better life. What happened to us after crossing the border changed our lives.

By Clarita *
March 22, 2017

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